Researchers say the data similarities between states with AED mandates and those without suggest that improving bystander AED use will need to go beyond legislative measures.
Category: Medical Devices
Up to an hour after their hearts had stopped, some patients revived by cardiopulmonary resuscitation had clear memories afterward of experiencing death and had brain patterns while unconscious linked to thought and memory.Read More
Adults with single-ventricle congenital heart disease have higher short-term mortality after heart transplants, but their 10-year survival is comparable to biventricular congenital heart disease patients, revising prior conceptions about transplantation risks for these groups, according to new research.Read More
The CorVista System allows a physician to evaluate the patient at point-of-care for cardiac disease using a static machine-learned detection algorithm.Read More
Extracorporeal life support did not reduce 30-day mortality in patients with acute myocardial infarction complicated by cardiogenic shock with planned early revascularization in a new study.Read More
London-based LivaNova has received FDA 510(k) clearance and the European Commission’s CE Mark for its Essenz In-Line Blood Monitor.Read More
Biotronik announced its first US implantation of the Amvia Edge pacemaker, which received US Food and Drug Administration approval in July.Read More